2) Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung: Psychoanalysis

Moving into the 20th century, we find small bits of recordings of some prominent names from the era. Among some of the first generation of truly popular psychologists, we have Sigmund Freud, who founded the Psychoanalytic school of thought.

The following video is a compilation of small clips of Freud, presumably taken towards the end of his life.

In 1938, Sigmund Freud recorded a speech for the BBC. It remains one of the few recordings ever made of his voice.

Another notable psychoanalyst from the same time, is Carl Jung. Jung offered some of the foundational concepts in the Psychoanalytic school, along with Freud.

The following is an interview clip from a longer playlist from the Cummings Centre for the History of Psychology, of interviews of Jung:

Deeply inspired by Jung and his work, author Maud Oakes and film-maker Jerome Hill shot a documentary (which was never completed) of Jung. Following is a compilation of excerpts from this documentary, featuring Jung describing the symbolism on a stone he carved:

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